Check Out These Upcoming NJ Tech Events For Fall

  • The NJ Global Business Strategies and IP meetup group presents “Accelerators- What You Need to Know to Maximize Success!” Sept. 8.
  • Join community leaders for “Relaunching New Brunswick, Networking and headshots” and the opening of “desk – New Brunswick” Sept. 8 in-person.
  • TechUnited:NJ hosts a Startup Showdown featuring startups and experts from the marketing and adtech space Sept. 9.
  • The Future of Data North Jersey meetup group presents “Accelerating AI Training using Nvidia GPUs” Sept. 9.
  • NJIT’s VentureLink presents “LinkUps: Intro to Lean Startup Canvas” Sept. 10.
  • TiE NJ holds a conversation with Vonage CIO Sanjay Macwan Sept. 16.
  • Join digitalundivided for the virtual “Undivided We Rise Summit” Sept. 17.
  • Jim Barrood presents “Investor Chat: Steve Socolof, Tech Council Vent + Daniella Kranjac, Dynamk” Sept. 20.
  • Street-Smart Entrepreneurs are launching a four-session business development boot camp on Zoom for entrepreneurs, business owners and others Sept. 18.
  • Princeton University will host “Empower 2021: A Virtual Conference Celebrating Black Academic Entrepreneurship” Sept. 23-24 online.
  • Join NJ Blockchain and Garden State Crypto for “#GSC Garden State Crypto Flea Market” on Sept. 26.
  • The TechLaunch BullPen pitch competition will be held virtually on Sept. 29.
  • The Jersey City Tech Meetup hosts: “NFTs Beyond Art – Building Community on the Blockchain” Sept. 30 in-person.
  • Morris Tech Meetup is partnering with the Morris County Chamber of Commerce for their “Centennial Celebration Speaker Series – The Future of Media with Alex Lieberman, CEO of the Morning Brew” Sept. 30.
  • Save the date for Propelify, the innovation and entrepreneurship festival, to be held in-person outdoors Oct. 6, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Maxwell Park, 12th Street and Sinatra Drive. Register with code “NJTechWeeklyPropels” for a free ticket. Vaccination required.
  • Princeton University presents its Innovation Forum, an annual competition and networking event showcasing Princeton research with the potential to be commercialized, hosted by the Keller Center Oct. 7.
  • The Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation hosts “Perfecting the Pivot” Oct. 20, during Womens Entrepreneurship Week.

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